Choosing the Right HVAC System for Your Place of Business

MJC HVAC systems home 2aDid you know that HVAC systems count for 39% of the energy consumption in commercial buildings in the US? This fact alone, has been enough to propel companies to look for ways to design a more energy efficient method of keeping their location. But, when you also consider that use of high performance heating, ventilation and air equipment can save between 10% and 40% in energy and emissions, then looking for a way to stay comfortable, but also save money is important.

At MJC, we offer several types of HVAC systems. These range from outdoor units, portable and rental units, custom design units and gas-fired units for energy efficient systems and produce direct, indirect or heat injector systems, as well as our very own, patented Heat Injector – the most energy efficient direct gas fired heat technology available.

Considerations in Choosing an HVAC System

As you begin the process of selecting an HVAC system that will work for you, there are a number of concerns that need to be addressed:

·      Consider the various aspects of the building. From lighting to square footage, and how the space(s) will be used, to systems in the building that will generate more heat, take a moment to review the building as a whole.

·      Determine your energy goals as soon as possible. If your goal is to merely meet the energy requirements, rather than use less energy then, then your HVAC system needs will be different. This difference will be reflected in both type and size of system.

·      Plan for expansion but don’t automatically buy for it. While you may expect your HVAC needs to change in the future, it is better to buy for the needs of today. Otherwise, you will be wasting money on a system that may very well be obsolete by the time you make the space expansion.

·      Plan now for maintenance and operation needs. When you select an HVAC system, keep in mind that it will require a certain level of maintenance in order to run at its full potential. You will need someone onsite who understands the various components of your chosen system.  Ideally, these people will be trained to understand the controls and equipment needs, so that they can keep your HVAC unit running properly.

So, which type of system is best for your needs? If you don’t know, then talk to one of our MJC representatives. They will be happy to visit your location and help you assess what will be best. We understand how important it is to you to have a system that is both energy and cost efficient, and will be happy to answer your questions and concerns.

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